Residents of the UAE may expect a dusty and partly cloudy day today. The National Centre of Meteorology for the United Arab Emirates predicts that low clouds will start to appear over the East coast by morning, with a probability of some convective clouds forming by afternoon across some Eastern and Western areas with the potential for rain.
Over several coastal areas, the Met Department predicts a muggy night that will last until Tuesday morning. The horizontal visibility may be hampered by light to moderate winds, and occasionally severe gusts accompanied by blowing dust and sand from clouds. In the Arabian Gulf and the Oman Sea, the sea will occasionally be light to moderate.
Although the mercury will still reach a high of 47 degrees Celsius throughout, it will rise to 47 degrees in Abu Dhabi and 45 degrees in Dubai.
Al Shawamekh (Abu Dhabi) recorded the nation’s highest temperature on Sunday at 14:45 UAE Local Time, which was 49.3 °C.
On Monday, it will be partly cloudy with a high of 44 degrees in Dubai and Abu Dhabi.
In Fujairah, it will be significantly cooler. On the other hand, the east coast will experience high winds with up to 45 km/hr.
Tuesday and Wednesday are predicted to have similar weather conditions, with highs in Abu Dhabi and Dubai lingering around 40 °C with widespread humidity. Due to the rain, Fujairah will continue to be cooler.